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Assorted Letters of St. Jerome


Published May 7, 2009


St. Jerome was one of the greatest curmudgeons and scholars in all history. His letters traveled all across the ancient world, dispensing advice to his many female correspondents, and arguments and insults to his opponents and friends.

Letter 13 is a letter to his aunt who'd been fighting with him, proving that he wasn't the only person in the family who had a temper.


Date 2009-05-07


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